Carta a los Reyes Magos, 1968 - Sending out a letter to Three Kings (equivalent of sending a letter to Santa in other countries)

Old Dublin character Johnny Forty Coats. This man could often be seen on the 44 bus to Enniskerry and always insisted on sitting in the same seat.

Old Dublin character Johnny Forty Coats. This man could often be seen on the 44 bus to Enniskerry and always insisted on sitting in the same seat.

Housewives protesting on O’Connell Bridge (1963) Housewives crossing O'Connell Bridge in a march protesting the introduction of Turnover Tax, a new sales tax. © Irish Photographic Archive

Housewives protesting on O’Connell Bridge Housewives crossing O'Connell Bridge in a march protesting the introduction of Turnover Tax, a new sales tax.

Ripping up the tram tracks at Trinity College Dublin in the late 1940s

Ripping up the tram tracks at Trinity College Dublin in the late

The Capitol Theatre, Dublin - Courtesy Des Kerins It was beautiful so they pulled it down.

The Capitol Theatre, Dublin - Courtesy Des Kerins It was beautiful so they pulled it down.

Dublin. 1964. Kingsbridge Station.

Saying goodbye to the nun on the train. Kingsbridge (Heuston) Station, Dublin via

Harcourt Street Station Train Crash: "On 14 February 1900, a train from Enniscorthy failed to stop and went through the buffers and the wall of the station (in Dublin), sending debris over Hatch Street. Nobody was killed, though the driver, William Hyland, had his right arm amputated at the scene."

Harcourt Street Station in Dublin, Valentine's Day

The Theatre Royal Dublin 1959. Judy Garland played the Theatre Royal, wowing punters who couldn’t get tickets by singing from her dressing room window. And Danny Kaye was fondly remembered for many years by the taxi drivers of Dublin. He sang so many encores that everyone missed the last bus home.

The Theatre Royal Dublin 1959. Judy Garland played the Theatre Royal, wowing punters who couldn’t get tickets by singing from her dressing room window. And Danny Kaye was fondly remembered for many years by the taxi drivers of Dublin. He sang so many encores that everyone missed the last bus home.

Around 1979 or 1980 on O'Connell Street. Arthur Fields and Mary Dunne

Man on Bridge on

Dancing Mary and Arthur Fields, O'Connell Street, Dublin

via @OldDublinTown The messenger boys on their bike was a familiar site in #DublinHistory

Struggled with these bikes. Messenger Boy bikes, a common sight around Dublin back in the day.

Dame Street, during the building of the Central Bank.

It was only finished in the but already the Central Bank has being located elsewhere

The Lady that used to dance on O Connell Street...

Mary Dunne – the O’Connell Street dancer – passes away aged 87

inside Clearys store O' Connell st

SHOP STORIES: Last month the Guiney family lost control of Clerys when it was bought by the US investment firm Gordon Brothers…

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